Scrapbook Help Please?

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ღJenniferღ says:


Hello :)

So I’m a little new to the scrapbooking business. :) My first scrapbook went well, but this second one has been terrible. I cannot get the ***** off! I’m using a Pioneer 8.5 x 11. The first one (I started at the bottom) was fairly easy, but the top one has been awful to take off, I’ve been working on it for about a half hour and I can’t get it off! Any suggestions before I go crazy?

Thank You :)

Tags: Half Hour, Hello, Pioneer, Scrapbook, Scrapbooking Business, Screw

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4 Responses to “Scrapbook Help Please?”

  1. katrina6666
    August 5th, 2009

    go to the backside ( not where the “Screw” head part is…)
    grab hold of the back part of the ***** with a pliers and then flip back to the front side to unscrew the *****… you may need another person ( or grow extra arms? kidding) to do this…

  2. rugbee
    August 5th, 2009

    Do you have one of those rubber jar openers you can hold it with? The kind that is mesh would work best probably because they are more flexible.

  3. drip
    August 5th, 2009

    I use a penny or a nickle to unscrew the posts.

  4. Linda K
    August 5th, 2009

    My guess is that the ***** is stripped and you will never get it off. I have fought with these screws for years & they are a pain in the ****! You can find at WalMart a new type of plastic clip that can be used on your binder instead of the screws. It is a “As Seen on TV” plastic binder holder that sells for $3.97 and lets you hold up to 100 pages. It is in the scrapbook section. It looks like a plastic strap about 10″ long that feeds through the holes and then attaches onto another plastic tab that you glue to the binder. You can also find this clip at Michael’s. Good luck.